coberst wrote:Intellectual Acuity
...Most people are familiar with the arts as a form of intellectual acuity but far fewer have any recognition of self-learning through books as a means of developing an intellectual acuity that can penetrate the surface reality.
Iammyaspectofus wrote:You will have to forgive my lack of literary interest. I have read a very few books in my life; I find my information through other means.
Simplicity is my tendency in communication when I finally do reach a communicable clarity.
Seems to that you are saying in the whole of the thread, that there are two kinds of people.
Those that seek to define themselves as information and sought by seeking to be affected by the mind work of others,
and those that would seek to be the cause of themselves through making their own work primary to their attention yet seamlessly linked to the social network of information made available by all of us.
Am I getting close?
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